White Bear railway station

Description

White Bear railway station, on Station Road, Adlington, Lancashire, England, was on the Lancashire Union Railway line between St Helens and Blackburn. The station was named in some timetables as White Bear (Adlington) or White Bear for Adlington. The station opened on 1 December 1869 one month after the line that it was situated on, the Lancashire Union Railway from Boars Head Junction in Standish to Rawlinson Bridge, opened for goods traffic. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Geography

  1. Horwich

Hills

  1. Winter Hill (North West England)

Historical Facts

  1. Winter Hill air disaster

Civil Parish

  1. Tockholes

what to see / tourism / parks and commons

  1. Duxbury Woods

Parlamentary constituencies

  1. Westhoughton (UK Parliament constituency)

Administrative Division

  1. Wigan (UK Parliament constituency)

what to see / tourism / Tourist sites and attractions

  1. Wigan Pier

Railway Stations

  1. Adlington (Lancashire) railway station

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Worthington, Greater Manchester

Other interest places

  1. Templo de Preston (Inglaterra)
  2. Templo de Jordan River (Utah)
  3. Adlington, Lancashire
  4. Chorley
  5. Central Park (Wigan)
  6. Camelot Theme Park
  7. County Borough of Wigan
  8. White Bear railway station
  9. Hindley South railway station
  10. Newbridge Learning Community

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